I was using an early version of Muse when it was in beta, but we unfortunately have not had the experience of migrating a Wordpress site into Muse. This link for integrating to a CMS is provided by Adobe TV here.
There is also a discussion in the Adobe forums where others who have actually started the process share some of their ideas on how they are approaching the task:
Migrating WordPress site into Muse - Forum Discussion
If you are asking what you should specifically do with the WordPress files AFTER the migration, you could simply use them as backup. However, for the process of migration, you will most likely need them if only to reference the old WordPress site in order to build the site in Muse. There does not seem to be a clearcut solution to simply move the WordPress files into Muse at this time - at least that I can see as of now. If we do find something like a plugin or clearly defined procedure then we will update this post, or create an article for this purpose.
Apologies for not being able to provide a straightforward answer, but I do hope the information we have provided helps gets you pointed in the right direction.
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